From an early age, we’re conditioned to figure out how to control as many variables as possible. But these pursuits generally leave us distracted, empty and disconnected from the divine spark with which we are each endowed.
Worry is passive; it involves getting stuck in our own minds and fear-based imaginations. Concern has a more active posture and equips us to move forward with faithfulness and courage. Worry gets us stuck; concern keeps us moving.